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Ferry Building Marketplace
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We envision the Ferry Building Marketplace as a vibrant gathering of local farmers, artisan producers, and independently owned and operated food businesses and the customers they serve.
Farmer's market Tuesdays, Thursdays, and the biggest on Saturday. Renovated and fill with favorites like Cane Russo, ACME bread company, Cowgirl Creamery, etc. Catch Ferry to Sausalito.
Get off at market St stop and connect to the historic F streetcar for a scenic route to the ferry building. Or you can get off the F at Powell for cable cars, Westfield mall and a short walk to union square.
San Francisco - Good food and fun atmosphere. Great, great upscale farmers market Saturday’s, Tuesday’s and Thursday’s.
Sample the best of SF's food offerings at this high-end farmer's market. Walk along the waterfront or to Union Square from here.
This checks the boxes for sightseeing and food all at once. Great restaurants, vendors and farmers selling vegetables on the weekends.
San Francisco Ferry Building Wine The San Francisco Ferry Building is a terminal for ferries that travel across the San Francisco Bay, a food hall and an office building.
Historic Building with lots of shops inside. You can catch the ferry here too!
I recommend this iconic spot for everyone. Rich in history, dripping in views and myriad of culinary adventures. I go here as often as I can. Follow my local tips and they won’t disappoint.
Great view of the city and famous restaurant collection. There is a farmers market every Saturday. Highly recommended neighborhood to go for jogging!
“The best experience to ride a cable car at San Francisco. You can either sit or stand on the outer side of this cable cart where you can actually swing out. Enjoy the going up and down hill of SF. Just be patient on the long wait, overall is worth it!”
“Beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, this trail starts near the golf course in a grove of eucalyptus trees, and follows the dramatic coast out to Sutro Baths and Ocean Beach.”
“Obviously, no trip to the Bay Area is complete without a visit to The Golden Gate Bridge. I suggest pulling off at the last exit before crossing and driving up the Headlands for an amazing view and cruise along the shoreline. ”